Between singleness and marriage lies the journey of dating. Want to make your road as smooth as possible? Set and maintain healthy boundaries that will help you grow in freedom, honesty, and self-control.
If many of your dating experiences have been difficult, Boundaries in Dating will revolutionize the way you handle relationships. Even if you’re happily dating, the insights you’ll gain from this much-needed book will help you fine-tune important areas of your dating life.
©2000 Henry Cloud (P)2009 Zondervan
I LOVED this book and wished that I had found it earlier in life, because it probably would have saved me a lot of heartache. I plan to have my daughters read this before they leave for college. My boyfriend and I went through the book together while in the beginning stages of our relationship, and this has been the best relationship thus far for both of us. We have both recommended this book to others that have not had much luck in the dating department, and they too have had nothing but good things to say. Although there were several things that I already knew, just had not been serious about putting into practice I did have several aha moments. This is definitely one that you should check out...you won't be disappointed.
I am a single male age 23, who has never dated before. This book has given me some good healthy God fearing advice, that I think will be helpful to me when I start dating women.
The book is definitely directed towards followers of Jesus, but is still packed with advice that would also seem logical to people of other religions.
I would read this again when I find myself dating, since a lot of the information is a little bit hard to relate to without being able to mirror in your own present dating experience.
One of the best things about the book is that it is so full of real life stories that can explain their concepts practically.
This is a minor thing, but I find some of the references to the bible verses used to reinforce, that their statements are biblical, a bit weak. I believe that their advice is true, wise and rooted in love for God and others, so for me I would rather be without some of the bible references that don't really fit in.
I find the speaker easy to understand and fine to listen to.
Wise, Godly, down-to-earth advice from a psychotherapeutic perspective.
Loved all the personal examples.
Why did the narrator have to say matoor and imatoor instead of mature and immature? Why? Seems silly but the word is used very frequently throughout the book so it really grates on you after a while.
I want my credit back. This book is useless and more about god then boundaries
Like a dull robot.
"Bible-bashing dating advice"
Taking the church, god and bible out of it. I am certain there are plenty of people out there who lead perfectly good lives and date in a reasonable way without being bashed over the head with the bible.
I would have kept it if it was a non-religious psychological/self-improvement advice.
Why not try "The tale of two brains" (male brain v. female brain, find on YouTube and listen past the churchly remarks - a blast of comedy with the same message - and it's free)
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